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Even though the disc brakes, the dimensions of the brak […]
Even though the disc brakes, the dimensions of the brake discs and calipers, and the design of the brake pump will directly affect the braking effect of a car, it is not possible to judge the braking effect based on the brake type and structure alone; Under the conditions, the strength of the drum brake is not weaker than the disc brake, and the vehicle brake system using the drum brake is easier to install and maintain.
Is the larger the brake disc, the better the performance?
Many people think that increasing the diameter of the brake disc can increase the braking torque and thus increase the braking force. In fact, this argument is not entirely correct. After all, after increasing the brake disc, it also involves matching the bridge code and the brake pad. If necessary, the brake caliper needs to be replaced. Otherwise, the effect is minimal.
Can the caliper piston brake as much as possible?
As the caliper piston increases, the inner volume of the caliper increases. We all know that the oil pressure in the caliper comes from the brake master cylinder. Under the condition that the output pressure of the master pump is constant, the larger the internal volume of the caliper, the smaller the pressure inside the entire closed oil circuit, and therefore, the original four piston After the calipers upgraded the Six Pistons, the brakes were not as good as they used to be. This is the reason. Therefore, when upgrading the caliper, it is necessary to upgrade the brake master cylinder if necessary.